|Sea of Mirrors (Em139) - Gary Fisher|
Gary Fisher is a Manchester based sound and visual artist and improvisor working in a continuous process of experimentation and enquiry focussed around instinctive or investigatory responses to sound, images, places, words, and objects. The overall practice includes various approaches and may be considered a constant 'work in progress'. Central to this process is a fascination with amplifying textures, surfaces and objects, testing the sound-making possibilities of objects, using found objects a...
Keywords: gary fisher; sound art; music concrete; field recordings; live music; performance art; ambient; found sounds; artist; conceptual; art; sonic art; collage; sound collage; found objects; contact microphone; hydrophone; textural; textures; objects; deconstruction; manchester; tape recorder; radio; shortwave; spiral; stockhausen; buddha machine; cymbal; book; home made instruments; noise makers; spring reverb; futurist; dada; shaeffer; pierre henry; analogue technology; sea of mirrors; stroke club; john cage; electronic musik
|Distress Call (Em084) - Generic|
EP from Generic Generic is a project by Iris Light label owner Adam Sykes. Using manipulated, processed and deconstructed "FOLEY" Tracks, "Sound FX" (both for use in films and tv programmes) with occassional guitars, bass, and found sound to create music from drone, ambience and noise, with a mechanical edge to it. www.myspace.com/irislight http://electronicmusik.wordpress.com/ Cover photo and design - Ian Simpson 2009 This was said about the Generic album 'Torture' - Almost an admission that h...
Keywords: iris light; industrial; electronica; dark ambient; generic; adam sykes; noise; noisescapes; landscape; soundscapes; music concrete; avant garde; stockhausen; nono; xenakis; amm; ritual summertime; headburst
|Exit Sanction Resolve (Em086) - Generic|
Second release on Electronic Musik from Generic. Generic is a project by Iris Light label owner Adam Sykes. Using manipulated, processed and deconstructed "FOLEY" Tracks, "Sound FX" (both for use in films and tv programmes) with occassional guitars, bass, and found sound to create music from drone, ambience and noise, with a mechanical edge to it. www.myspace.com/irislight www.myspace.com/electronicmusiklabel Cover by Adam Sykes This was said about the Generic album 'Torture' - Almost an admissi...
Keywords: iris light; adam sykes; generic; noise; industrial; electronica; electronic music; experimental; sound art; dada; fiturism; futurist; spacial sound; music concrete
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|Supercluster parts one and two (Em043) - Gnod plus Fonik|
This is a live recording featuring Manchester based collective Gnod and electronica duo Fonik (playing as part of the Gnod line up). These two live shows took place in 2008 at The Pyramid Arts Centre. Fonik are proud to have been part of them and thank them for their cooperation in this release. Hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed being part of it. http://electronicmusik.wordpress.com/ See also Gnod vs Noise Research EP http://www.archive.org/details/GalaxyBeingem065
Keywords: fonik; gnod; electronica; spacerock; electronic musik; noise research; hawkwind; psychedelia; manchester; space scape
|Galaxy Being (Em065) - Gnod vs Noise Research|
Gnod vs Noise Research is a joint project featured Manchester Drone / Psych / Doom Kollectiv Gnod and Uk based sound artist Ian Simpson (aka Noise Research). This is Em065 in the Electronic Musik catalogue. http://electronicmusik.wordpress.com/ You can view the rest of the EM catalogue (and download it) by clicking the Electronic Musik collection link below.
Keywords: gnod; psych; drone; noise; electronic musik; fonik; manchester; collective; collage; space rock; guitar drones; sound art; ian simpson; avant garde; experimental; post rock; doom; psychedelic.psychedelia; krautrock; fonik; gnod plus fonik; spacescapes; soundscapes; music concrete; stockhausen; berio; nono; white hills
|Semiotic Clunker (Em066) - Good Noise Bad Noise|
Good Noise Bad Noise are a loose collective of improvising musicians, sound artists and video artists based in the North of the UK. They play a mixture of electroacoustic music and drone based free improvisation mixing processed field recordings and found sound with live instruments and live visuals. The group was started by Shaun Blezard & John Hall as a laptop duo as a break from their respective solo projects (Shaun with Clutter & John with The Cardboard Lung after they had toured Cumbrian vi...
Keywords: earth monkey; shaun blezzard; electronic musik; laptop; free improvisation; noise; avant garde; electronica; ambient; cardboard lung; john hall; elelectronic musik; fonik; soundscapes; sound collage; deep clutter; clutter
|A Little Noise in the System (Em078) - Graham Dunning|
Graham Dunning is a sound and visual artist based in the UK. His sound sources include field recordings pressed to dubplates; modified records; adapted playback equipment such as reel-to-reel tape players, turntables and Walkmans; found sounds, especially discarded footage of peopleâs home recordings; home made electronics and circuit bends; broken cymbals and other metal objects; and inexpensive delay units...
Keywords: noise; soundart; art; sound; music concrete; turntables; blood moon; graham dunning; electronic musik; music; soundscapes; futurism; futurist
|Tufa (Em110) - Graham Dunning|
A live performance at Electronic Organica V (Britons Protection, Manchester) using turntables, modified records, objects and electronics in May 2010. Graham Dunning is a sound and visual artist based in the UK. His sound sources include field recordings pressed to dubplates; modified records; adapted playback equipment such as reel-to-reel tape players, turntables and Walkmans; found sounds, especially discarded footage of people's home recordings; home made electronics and circuit bends; broken...
Keywords: soundart; graham dunning; electronics; found sound; objects; turntables; turntablism; noise; electronic organica; manchester; uk; collage; soundscape; noisescape; altered records; modified turntable; modified records; philip jech; christian marclay